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Creek Watchers Report Cards

Creek Watchers Annual Report Cards The Creek Watchers program aims to expand the collection of ambient surface water quality data and engage local citizens in the process of monitoring their waterways. Creek Watchers serve as Charleston Waterkeeper’s eyes and ears on the water, helping to expand the geographic reach of...
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James Island Creek Taskforce Engagement Resources

  Website: Be Septic Safe-Frequently Asked Questions (includes a place to sign up for reminders on when to service your tank). https://www.clemson.edu/extension/water/be-septic-safe.html Website: Living Shorelines https://www.clemson.edu/extension/living-shorelines/index.html Course: Salt Marsh Short Course (Free course funded by NOAA and constructed by DNR, SC SeaGrant and Clemson). https://www.clemson.edu/extension/living-shorelines/training-education/index.html Factsheet: “Life Along the Salt...
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PFA Contamination

The dolphin you see in your harbor, rivers, and creeks are contaminated with the same type of toxic PFA “forever chemicals.” DHEC’s “they weren’t classified as harmful yet” response isn’t good enough. We need serious environmental protection in this state. The State Newspaper: An industry’s waste was used to fertilize...
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November 2021 Keeper’s Report

  The Keeper’s Report November 2021 Dear Friend, The water is cool, the oysters are fat, and the fall bite is on! That means it’s time to take stock of what we’ve accomplished in the fight for clean water this year. I’m happy to report it’s been another big year!...
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Kent Griffin

We caught up with Kent Griffin, Charleston Waterkeeper Board Chair and long-time supporter! We first met Kent more than 7 years ago at Mountianfilm Charleston. Since then Kent has been integral to the growth and the success of Charleston Waterkeeper. We’re so grateful for his continued dedication and honored that he...
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How did we do?

As we near the end of another busy year, here’s a fun look back at the water quality testing and volunteer work you empowered!  You can help make sure Charleston Waterkeeper’s boots stay on the water working for you! If you’re able, make a contribution today: CharlestonWaterkeeper.org/give. So, how did...
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